CONTEMPORARY 3/4 BEDROOM COACH HOUSE WITH GARAGE IN AN IDYLLIC PRIVATE MEWS.As one of Hove's best kept secrets Eaton Grove is only a short walk to Hove railway station, making it perfect for anyone looking to commute to either Gatwick or London. This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a rarely available mews house in the heart of Hove that's perfect for either your main home or as a lock-up and leave address.FREEHOLD. EPC Rating D.Immaculately restored and arranged over three floors, a highly versatile layout is beautifully presented to wonderfully high standard. A contemporary yet sympathetic design scheme creates a stunning interior blending parquet floors, stable doors and reclaimed column radiators with a sophisticated palette of rich heritage tones. Read more
CONTEMPORARY 3/4 BEDROOM COACH HOUSE WITH GARAGE IN AN IDYLLIC PRIVATE MEWS.As one of Hove's best kept secrets Eaton Grove is only a short walk to Hove railway station, making it perfect for anyone looking to commute to either Gatwick or London. This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a rarely available mews house in the heart of Hove that's perfect for either your main home or as a lock-up and leave address.FREEHOLD. EPC Rating D.Immaculately restored and arranged over three floors, a highly versatile layout is beautifully presented to wonderfully high standard. A contemporary yet sympathetic design scheme creates a stunning interior blending parquet floors, stable doors and reclaimed column radiators with a sophisticated palette of rich heritage tones.
In More Detail - Tucked away in a peaceful location, Eaton Grove's distinctive cobbles instantly reminds you of its history and character, creating a charming first impression. Dating back to the late 19th century, the homes of this private mews were once the stables and coach houses of the distinguished residences of Cromwell Road.
Inside - Immediately setting the tone, behind the sultry Farrow & Ball exterior a monochrome tiled entrance hall opens onto the high ceilings, heritage colour scheme and stone floor of the ground floor with its feature curved wall and one of the many restored 1930s cast iron column radiators that feature throughout this peaceful home.
Beautifully lit by a duo of charming stable doors, a modern open plan kitchen/living room stretches out across the full width of the first floor with ample room to relax and entertain. Creating a highly sociable feel and offering a lovely sense of height and space, period wall panelling, a refined colour scheme and the rich tones of the oak stained herringbone floor combine with Juliet balconies to give this old coach house a contemporary 21st century finish.
Well-appointed with bespoke cabinet doors and granite countertops, the clean line design scheme of the kitchen area includes an impressive array of integrated appliances. Textured splashbacks add a stylish finishing touch, while a matching breakfast bar effortlessly delineates the space adding to the sociable feel.
Continuing the immaculate presentation, three generously proportioned bedrooms pepper the first and second floors offering ideal family and guest accommodation, each echoing the sense of style and attention to detail that flows throughout this mews home.
Providing plenty of versatility, a walk-in dressing room on the ground floor offers plenty of live/work space potential as well as easily becoming a guest bedroom.
Arranged in a rich brown tile setting with underfloor heating, a spacious family bathroom creates a highly luxurious feel with its impeccably restored wall-mounted brass taps, large wet-room shower and traditional exposed shower mixer. A wide Villeroy & Boch countertop basin and bespoke cabinet add stylish finishing touches.
Equally well-presented, a second family bathroom is ideally positioned for the two bedrooms on the top floor featuring a contemporary bath complete with wall-mounted taps and shower.
Outside - An integral garage offers secure off-road parking along with potential to be converted into additional living accommodation.
Seller Insight - "We've lived here for 15 years now, and there's quite a community in the mews. It's always very friendly and feels very safe, the whole area is ridiculously convenient and Eaton Grove is just a really nice place to live.
Having only just finished renovating it six months ago, we're really going to miss actually enjoying the home we've created."
In The Local Area - In true Brighton & Hove style, Eaton Grove is perfect for coffee lovers as the Pharmacie Coffee Roasters micro-roastery is only moments away, offering a wide range of single origin beans, glazed donuts and vegan friendly food.
Located in the very heart of Hove, this beautifully renovated mews house is ideally located for cricket fans, being only a short walk from the Sussex County Cricket Club ground. The bustling caf culture, shops, bars and restaurants of Church Road, Goldstone Villas and Seven Dials are all within easy walking distance, while a gentle stroll down The Drive and Grand Avenue takes you to Hove Lawns, the promenade and beach.
The green open spaces of Hove Green, Hove Recreation Ground, Hove Park and St. Ann's Well Gardens are all within walking distance offering everything from an open air theatre and miniature railway to tennis courts and a chalybeate spring.
Hove mainline train station is approximately a quarter of a mile away and provides convenient commuter links to London and Gatwick, while regular bus services to the centre of Brighton, outlying areas and up to Devil's Dyke are close at hand.
Local schools include St Andrew's C of E Primary School, St Christopher's School, Hove Junior School, Brighton & Hove High School, The Drive Prep School, Brighton & Hove Prep, Cottesmore St Mary's Primary School and BHASVIC.
Currently the property is in Council Tax band B which was charged at £1,404.65 for 2018/19.
We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.